The Toronto Blue Jays have claimed catcher Bobby Wilson off of waivers from the Los Angeles Angels, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.
Wilson who was the Angels primary backup until Chris Iannetta was injured and he was thrusted into the starter role, appeared in 75 games and hit .211/.277/.292 with 3 home runs and 33 strike outs.
In Toronto, he will be reunited with fellow backstop buddy Jeff Mathis who was traded to the Blue Jays last offseason.
For the Angels, the move allows Hank Conger to move into the primary backup catcher role.
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